Tag Archives: Klay Thompson

Whiteside, Vucevic will be tested by Warriors’ small lineup

If you’ve watched the Warriors a lot this season, you know that one of their strengths is to neutralize opposing centers, and it sometimes forces them off the floor. The Warriors’ small unit – Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala, … Continue reading

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Warriors’ turnover problem not much of a problem at all

At 50-5, it’s obvious the Warriors don’t have many weaknesses. But if there’s one aspect of the game that most agree could eventually come back to bite them it’s turnovers. It’s not so much that the Warriors commit 15.3 per … Continue reading

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Durant-to-Warriors talk just starting and there are many facets

The Kevin Durant-to-the-Warriors discussion isn’t abating, and a big reason why is that something new is being reported at seemingly regular intervals. Adrian Wojnarowski reported the Warriors were a significant frontrunner to land Durant; Marc Spears reported that Durant has … Continue reading

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Kevin Durant appears to be part of Warriors’ plan for future, but what does that mean for Warriors present?

First of all, the Warriors are not made up of porcelain dolls. They’re not going to crack when there’s a little adversity or an obstacle or challenge is put in front of them. They’ve made it through a half-season without … Continue reading

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Is greatest shooting backcourt in NBA history playing alongside greatest frontcourt passing tandem in history?

PHOTO BY DANIEL KATZ OAKLAND — After watching the Warriors blow out the San Antonio Spurs 120-90 on Monday night at Oracle, I asked the same question I’ve asked myself after most of their wins: How is anyone going to … Continue reading

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss talks Spurs-Warriors matchup, what ifs about Kevin Love, more

On this weekend’s “NBA This Week” show, John Dickinson and myself were joined by ESPN.com NBA and Warriors writer Ethan Sherwood Strauss. With the biggest game of the season on Monday — San Antonio vs. Golden State at Oracle Arena … Continue reading

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Miami Heat executes defensive game plan perfectly against Warriors but it’s still not enough

The Miami Heat were able to what very few teams have done against the Warriors this season: Take away Golden State’s 3-ball. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra came in with a plan, it was apparent, and it was to limit the … Continue reading

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Curry injury likely to be blessing in disguise for Warriors

While many Warriors fans seem to be concerned and a little bit pessimistic about Stephen Curry’s latest injury – a shin bruise – there’s a whole other way to look at it: This is a blessing in disguise for Curry … Continue reading

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Even when Warriors don’t impress, they’re still very impressive

The Warriors raised their record to 27-1 on Wednesday night with a 103-85 victory over the Utah, setting up a doozy of a Christmas day game with the Cleveland Cavaliers at Oracle Arena. Perhaps what was most impressive about the … Continue reading

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Some troubling Warriors’ stats that just haven’t mattered

You want to know how good the Warriors are? You could make a case they’re 23-0 and haven’t really completely clicked yet. Sure, it’s a stretch, but it’s also possible. As the Warriors go for No. 24 tonight in Boston … Continue reading

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